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What happened in sport on this day..

August 24



Australian sporting history on this day
Tommy Burns defeats local Bill Squires in the first officially recognised world title fight held in Australia. Burns knocked Squires out in round 13.
Racehorse trainer Jack Denham was born - trained Might And Power to win the 1998 Melbourne Cup - died in 2009 at age 85.
At Boulder racecourse (WA), Mangaroon, Pilette and Brewsia triple dead heated for first in the First Class Plate. The prize money was split.
Jockey J Corry "rode the card" when he rode all 6winners at a meeting in Port Headland, West Australia
Joel Thompson, rugby league player, (Canberra Raiders) born Ivanhoe, NSW
Australian cricketer Denise Annetts scored a women's world record total of 193 in the Second Test in England.
Cyclist Stephen Pate won the sprint title at the World Cycling Championships in Belgium.
Swimmer Keiren Perkins set new world records for 800 metres (7 mins 46 secs) and 1500 metres (14 mins 41.66 secs) in the same swim at the Commonwealth Games in Canada.